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an ash tray in the bathroom door. i'm a little nervous about that. >> an ash tray, that is 25-30-year-old plane. >> they can charge whatever they want. they don't need to spruce up the planes they are fu double l. they are full. >> and dagen's point. neatly packaged housing and we have kind of screw you package and screw you over the top package. you can sign on. whatever. is this capitalism? >> were you talking to me? >> the fact of the matter, neil, charles's point the chinese mafia difference and them and american airlines, they made money at extortion game. american airlines and other airlines are not particularly good at screwing people. they don't do a good job of making money. >> neil: will this make them more money. >> they were making billions. >> i don't disagree. >> since 1980. industry has not been able to keep up with inflation but that is their fault. the fact of the matter it's marketing. when they shake you for a couple bucks here or there. >> who would dare shake you down. you should see charlie after the show. ben stein? >> the airlines don't make any money, as dagen
don't know the last time american airlines flight had an ash tray in the bathroom door. i'm a little nervous about that. >> an ash tray, that is 25-30-year-old plane. >> they can charge whatever they want. they don't need to spruce up the planes they are fu double l. they are full. >> and dagen's point. neatly packaged housing and we have kind of screw you package and screw you over the top package. you can sign on. whatever. is this capitalism? >> were you talking to me? >> the fact of the matter, neil, charles's point the chinese mafia difference and them and american airlines, they made money at extortion game. american airlines and other airlines are not particularly good at screwing people. they don't do a good job of making money. >> neil: will this make them more money. >> they were making billions. >> i don't disagree. >> since 1980. industry has not been able to keep up wh inflation but that is their fault. the fact of the matter it's marketing. when they shake you for a couple bucks here or the. >> who would dare shake you down. you should see charlie after the show. ben st
he keeps trying while they keep talking. >> like an idiot with a tray filled with peanut butter. >>> these rides always look sketchy to me. they're sort of the alpine slides, miniature roller coasters were you're going down on a small track. this is from a popular tourist attraction in vietnam and looks like a blast, until this happens. >> they fell off the track. >> the guy that we're riding with had his camera going and he sees a car up ahead of him. he slows down. the person behind them in their personal roller coaster car doesn't slow down enough and drills into the back of him. that sends that guy off into the weeds. apparently there are sensors on the track supposed to trigger the brakes automatically in certain parts of the track. either those brakes didn't work or the sensor failed. either way not a fun day at the park. >> if you give somebody any kind of control on this kind of ride, this kind of thing is going to happen. >> you can't! or at least tell them not to eat the hamburger before they go on the ride, you know. don't eat the burrito. >> the all you can eat vietn
, tray, my wife, naomi, my sister joy, and my mother-in-law. they have been supporting me for a long time. behind this individual all board, there's a team of people that are responsible for making things happen. just for a moment, i want the puc to raise their hand and give a shout. we have a lot of folks who really committed in making the systems wwork. again, we have billions of dollars that we are entrusted with delivering in a timely way, which needs to be within budget. systems like this will really elevate and make it really transparent that we are delivering these programs in a very conscious and deliberate way so we can save the ratepayers' money. with that, i just want to thank you guys for this award. thank you. [applause] [applause] >> if you are a consultant or you work for a company that does work for the puc, raise your hand. that's about half the room. thank you, harlan kelly. >> it does not matter just where you're going to go. it matters how you're going to get there. our team came together in 2008 and we started looking at procuring something to navigate us away from pa
the conservative record of congressman tray grouty. >> tray, you are on greta almost as i am. that is impress itch. he comes from the conservative part of the state and throse a punch and does it in a way that both sides of the all respect him. he talked about fast and furious and benghazi and the way you conduct yourself in fropt of the nation. >> what do you think of our shout out. go to greta opinion com. back in two minutes. >> live from america's news headquarters, i'm ainsley earhardt. president obama and house speaker john boehner meeting at the white house monday night,ed with the fiscal cliff just two weeks away. reports say the president made a new proposal to increase the top tax rates on taxpayers earning more than $4,000 and add $200 billion more in 10 years. a spokesman says the president's proposal doesn't include enough spending cuts. senator daniel inoha died monday. he was a medal of honor winnener world war ii and the first japanese american to serve in congress when elected to the house in 1959. hawaii senator daniel inouye was 88 years old. his last words -- aloha. now back to
blame him? right there in the little tray but ow, ow, ow. you know, but he let go. donald trump aptly pointed out this morning the dolphin released her quite quickly. for that we're thankful to the dolphin. but her mom says the theme park didn't think it was any big deal at all. >> they didn't seem to think it was a big deal and i think that was probably intentional on their part to not alarm us. not that we wanted to be alarmed. that they didn't call over a doctor. they called over a first aid responder looking back i don't think was really well-versed in animal wounds because she told us there was not risk of infection which we now know is not true. martha: what do you think, folks? seaworld is issuing the following statement, quote. nothing is more important to us than the health and safety of our guests employees and animals. educators and animal care staff were at the attraction when this happened and immediately connected with the family. seaworld is a great place. lots of fun to go. arthur aidala, fox news legal analyst and andrew smiley, personal injury attorney. welcome to yo
. this is an area that we don't tend to pay a lot of attention to and very often when it comes we tray to look the other way. i believe that we have been reasonably responsive in immediate response, immediate response by doctrine and policy are military dod authorities moving out their gates into their neighborhoods when a disaster hits right next door. i mean, that seems to make sense. we have good relationships at our bases and stations and the ability to roll out and assist is something you would expect to work out pretty well. some of that has matured, in fact. in the state of california we have established a number of agreements, most particularly the wildfires where both third fleet and the expeditionary force assign helicopters in the need we are requested, it's pre-planned, our pilots are trained, we have the gary that's necessary and we can respond. most of the things we have done in the past, though, have come on almost random occurrences in the event of a complex catastrophe, so that is a little bit different for us. there has been movement within dod and we have grown and matured
lifted the paper tray. heat's when a dolphin went after the tray, champing down on down on jillian's -- look at that -- hand. oh, my goodness. the dolphin let go after a few seconds. her father said he thought her she an was going to be pulled water.he water. witended up with three puncture wounds and a swollen hand. seaworld tells spectators not to aise the paper tray. seaworrents admit that jillian not a mistake but they say they were never warned of the danger. tey also claim that seaworld eriouslyake the incident seriously and in a statement, she was says jillian was quickly treated by medical onnel ael and that nothing is more important than the safety the safetyts. wow. she got quite a scare. somecky, probably. headlinlucky. nd the e to show you some of the "the washng's headlines from around the globe. orcording to "the washington post" officials in jordan think al qaeda in iraq is behind a plot to attack. plans for the attack include suicide bombings and machine gun attacks at shops and restaurants. says"the wall street journal" imes five states plan to atrease class time i
and put his cigarette in the ash tray away. they have not closed the deal. -- close to the deal on the personal relations. i think that is a shame. somebody said, instead of sponsoring a breakfast you should sponsor a weekly dinner between president obama and speaker john boehner and everyone would agree to pay for it and let them just talk and get to know each other. it is not -- [indiscernible] >> ok. when john was the fbi spokesman, he was often not helpful, but you could always get him on the phone and if you had a good story he could confirm it by laughing. a deep laugh men you were on the right track. no laughter meant, no. >> it looks like the tide is very much going against republicans. do you agree with that? >> welle, no, quite frankly. if i think in the short, political term, yes. the polling shows republicans will be blamed. but remember, this is the obama- era. it will go down as his economy. i ask people, who was speaker of the house during the great depression when roosevelt was president. i will give $100 to anyone who can name to the speaker of the house was in
tray. >> turning around the san jose state football program has now scored mike mcentire a new job at university of colorado. in three seasons he led spartans from a 1-12 record, terrible to 10-2. and a number 24 national ranking. it's quite a success story. the spartans will play in military bowl december 27th. he told his team this morning that he was headed for the new job )cw colorado. and by this afternoon, the school announced he had sign aid five-year deal worth $2 million. >> something host of us take for granted will be available for almost everyone in california. ready to sign off on the plan. >> the staff here at p.u.c. approved this plan. there are still eyes to dot and t's to cross before it's ready to roll. probably in with b.a month, or so. can you imagine life without the cell phone? it's a reality for many people. or, like teresa, their forced to make sacrifices. >> you have to sometimes choose between paying your minutes and for food? >> yes. yes. as a matter of fact, i have had to go short on food. >> now, a lifeline program is about to launch in california.q[ i
relaxed room. so the table, for example, is very rugged. it has pull-out trays. and as i was designing this furniture, of course i had to make these chairs swivel, so they swivel around to the large screen. and this is the dining room. and as you remember, this used to be the family room on plan. but it makes a wonderful dining room, because it has a small patio at one end and a fountain and soft sounds of the fountain really add. we always knew we want wanted to have the room built around a very important art piece that the clients owned. and i took the colors from the piece, went to the marble yard and found this wonderful marble that is a soft green color from which this whole coloration stems. >>> thank you for joining me. and i hope you can see how beautifully art and design come together. >>> still ahead, we're on the hunt for a new york city apartment upgrade. and up next, a 10,000 square-foot chicago home. >>> welcome back to "open house." now we go behind the doors of a beautiful chicago home that's the perfect mix of traditional and contemporary. this is set on 2.4 makers of
can't. there will be a second of them. >> what else? >> i need the food tray. >> i have one left. >> if most customers can wait patiently, at times for more than an hour, maybe just maybe even bitter fiscal cliff disagreements can be negotiated. andrea mccaren, 9news. >> wow. we've got a deadly shooting near an airport. authorities in cleveland said that a man fatally shot his wife and then fired at the second person before shooting and killing himself. it occurred this morning and that employee parking lot of cleveland hopkins international airport. >> a tsa employee was riding with another tsa employee when her estranged husband followed them into the parking lot, at which time the strange husband rammed the vehicle, got out of the vehicle, fired approximately five shots into the vehicle hitting his wife. the male, the other male that was in the vehicle was able to get out of the vehicle and was chased by the estranged husband who fired several shots at them. and he was not injured. >> the man's wife worked as a security officer of that airport. >>> a woman from this area is st
of a sudden. where's the idiot with a tray filled with peanut butter for us. >> to find out what happens at the end of the video go to our website at rightthisminute.com and click on the best of rtm. >>> this is a little guy who really, really believes he can make it snow. >> and this is his reaction. what he says when the snow falls, next "right this minute." . >> it may look like any old vinyl record. but look again. >> this record was printed on a 3d printer from digital information. >> see how new technology is taking us back to the good-old days, next. it's an underwater photo shoot and the model is not digging it. >> at what point do you say, hey, okay, i get the hint, i'm out of here? it's the shark versus the [ male announcer ] this commercial is not about getting fios, it's about getting fios. that moment after you finally got it that you actually get it. the difference 100% fiber optics makes and you say "woah we are not on cable anymore." when online videos aren't herky jerky, you get it. or when a movie downloads in two minutes, you get it. [ female announcer ] switch to fios
. but do they have enough time left to strike a deal in congressmen tray joins us. hi, tray, a pleasure to see you tonight. >> you too. merry christmas. >> merry christmas. unfortunately we still have the fiscal cliff looming over our head. a lot going on. talk about whether or not we can't get some kind of bipartisan approach. there is some kind of discussion that there might be a deal coming up. tell us what you know. >> i assure you that there will be a resolution either before the new year or shortly after the new year. that's the good news, that there will be a deal. the bad news for you and your viewers is that there won't be a solution. it will be a pan sea or some magical elixor that makes us all feel better. but shortly after we will get a letter from geithner asking us to raise the debt ceiling for the 80th time in our country's history. there will be a deal to, quote, avert the fiscal cliff. your viewers should demand more than a deal, they should demand a solution. >> do you think it's the right idea to cave in if really the republicans do not believe this is the right thing
them help make this. this is a tray that would be helpful all year long for breakfast in bed. when you combine fun things like these urban outfitter trolls -- >> cute. >> these are votive holders from one king's lane. super chic. however, i thought have the kids fill them with candy. that makes it fun, keeps them busy been i added marbles and card games. i thought that was fun. then these are gummy lights. gummy bear lights from urban outfitters. again, these are almost like in lieu of flowers, but you have that center focus and build around it. >> fun. great kids table. they can take the marbles or cards holmes wime with them. >> exact lly. >> over here, this is our natural table. >> again, it all starts with as by. i love this runner. this is only $88 from anthropology. you set it down, it instantly sets the mood. you could use this in july. this bowl to me is so beautiful. this is from zee gallery. this is under $100. this would look great anywhere in your house. when you combine it with this beautiful runner, and i took these westhome vases and dressed them up with tulips. these ar
moved an empty tray that contained fish. mom and dad were there to see it all happen and had their camera rolling. here is evan lambert of wkmg. >> reporter: 8-year-old jillian thomas was living her dream, getting up close and personal with dolphins, her favorite animal, the day before thanksgiving at sea world. mom and dad had their camera rolling as jillian and her brother were feeding dolphins at the popular dolphin cove attraction. but jillian ran out of fish. in a split tech her treat became a terror. >> i'm out of fish. >> whoa! >> one more time. the dolphin lunges out of the pool and goes straight for the tray of fish taking with it jillian's arm. >> we think that attraction at sea world is dangerous. it was traumatic for us to go through that event. >> reporter: they say the dolphin punctured jillian's skin in three places and caused bleeding, but she is doing okay. we asked sea world about it and they offered a statement. nothing is more important to us than the health, safety of our guests, employees and animals. ed carders and animal care staff are always on-site a
, it affects the trays. this isn't something that happens every year. >> wenger works with a company that measures the sea he feel. >> you would see problems in roads, you would see probables in neighborhoods. >> reporter: along the beach in alameda, photographer jeff heart used the tide to his advantage and searched for a glimpse of a rare bird. >> i always know that when you have a tie high like this it pushes some of the shoreline bird species up to where you can see them. >> the king tide pushed waters above 7 feet along san francisco's embarc a dero. this shows just how high the tide road and when it fell here in al mega. if you missed the king tide you can find them here. skwraáeufrd háerpd? >>> a combination of high tide and train caused headaches today. the rape fall shottered a record at. water sloshed on to city streets. >>> on monday we told you about a program that offers free flu shots for bay area children. today customers lined up to take advantage. it's reported to be an early and strong flu season. for the rest of this month most bay area target stores are vaccinat
over parts of this bay trail. >> it affects the birds, it affects the trays. this isn't something that happens every year. >> wenger works with a company that measures the sea he feel. >> you would see problems in roads, you would see probables in neighborhoods. >> reporter: along the beach in alameda, photographer jeff heart used the tide to his advantage and searched for a glimpse of a rare bird. >> i always know that when you have a tie high like this it pushes some of the shoreline bird species up to where you can see them. >> the king tide pushed waters above 7 feet along san francisco's embarc a dero. this shows just how high the tide road and when it fell here in al mega. if you missed the king tide you can find them here. skwraáeufrd háerpd? >>> a combination of high tide and train caused headaches today. the rape fall shottered a record at. water sloshed on to city streets. >>> on monday we told you about a program that offers free flu shots for bay area children. today customers lined up to take advantage. it's reported to be an early and strong flu season. for the res
was sexually assaulted while hiking on a popular east a tray and alamo last wednesday. investigators with east bay regional park police say the victim was inside the last trump was regional wilderness preserve and access the trail using the him avenue entrance. the woman and a male suspect crossed paths with he suddenly pulled her down to the ground. the suspect is being described as a white male in his '40's about 5 ft. 9 in. tall weigh 180 lbs. he would brown hair and a pointed nose. east bay regional park police they have increased patrols in the area along the trail. it is 623 a m and we are keeping eight i on weather and traffic. right now it is 44 degrees in walnut creek and we will see a high of 53 this afternoon. colder tomorrow morning. =dj >> is 626 and looking at gas prices this morning the national average continues to fall. here's a look at the average bay area average gas prices. incenses' of the average right now is $3.61 per gallon of regular gas. across the bay in oakland is $3.49 a gallon. in the south bay is also $3.49 for regular gallon of gas. the state average right now t
as a steamboat engineer in the mexican tea tray. mark twain, who held strong opinions perked up when sawyer mentioned he had worked as a steamboat engineer. the question and the boy in the steamer environment, such a job, he said knowingly. in the boiling steam room, he pointed out the suffocating temperature of the furnace room in a narrow space between two rows of furnaces which glare like the fires of hell. he shoveled in 140 degrees fahrenheit. sawyer survived twice that long, five years, which is the average, which was because he was a fireman of every sense of the word. you furnaces in every aspect of combustion intimately. stronger track, the thicker the fire should be. his face lit up in the clouds of steam as he warmed to the topic. no hollow places are allowed to form under it, and the temperature increases as fuel reaches its state of brilliant white incandescents. sawyer could tell temperature within a few degrees by the coals color. 90 degrees fahrenheit, cherry red indicated 1470 degrees. the orange meant the temperature exceeded 2000 degrees. [inaudible] if the temperature wa
are sisters, to her family and friends and now to the world about fewpurity, innocence, tray and forgiveness. we remember tonight. we will be right back. share everything. share brotherly love. share one up's. mom ? mom ? the share everything plan. lets your family share a pool of data across 10 devices with unlimited talk and text. get a spectrum 2 by lg for $49.99 ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] everyone deserves the gift of all day pain relief. this season, discover aleve. all day pain relief with just two pills. erk we are days away from new year's eve when anderson and kathy gr are iffin co-host it f you. tweet using the hash tag ynnnye or post on facebook. in the meantime. anderson and kathy are gearing up for their big night and here is a preview. we are going to break it down this year. this year the mask is coming off. >> the what is? >> the mask. >> what mask. >> the secrets that you have been keeping. this is the year where you are in a ball in my arms sobbing. >> and that is my 1020. >> i like that image of you. >> i'm going to get it and you are going to be clutching me where they ar
. >>> on wall streeshths stocks slipped lower nod an abbreviated traying sechlths the dow industrial lost 51 points. dmakz fell 8. analysts say investors remain wearly about a potential deal between the president and congress to avoid the fiscal cliff. >>> at the vatican, pope benedict the 16th presided over christmas eve mass. he urged people to make room for god in their busy lives. the catholic pope also prayed for peace in israel, palestine and syria. this year midnight mass was moved up two hours to 10:00 p.m. to accommodate the ageing church leader. >>> clear skies kept travelers on track at sfo today after long de lay this is past weekend. as atly reports, this day before christmas is a busy one. >> the security line snaked throughout terminal 2 in san francisco international airport this morning. travelers shuffled through to chasm flights to arrive in time for christmas morning. >> everybody twoonts go home and see family. >> friday, december 21st, was technically the businessest day of holiday travel season for sfo with 130,000 people passing through, but christmas eve isn't too fa
on the tray. of the six cheese sticks tested only one turned out to be very good. farm ridge were big and tasty. >> the other side were mediocre. >> mexican appetizers can be high in fat and calories. lowest rated in the text, deli mix chicken. frozen april tidesers were greek inspired spinach pies, all six tasted very good. costco's cuisine adventure were fresh. another good choice spinach pie. crispy was fresh tasting spinach. >> it's not an easy thing to make at home so it's a good thing to buy at home. >> and remember, light snack before a party can help you avoid overindulging. >> when organizing a cocktail party, plan on serving eight appetizers per person and five for the rest of the party. figure three to four appetizers a person. >>> still ahead. the bay area waking up to showers. let's give you a live look meteorologist mike nicco is ahead with the commuters facing the wet drive to work right now. >> also ahead, this man speaks out. california man who baby sat newtown school gunman adam lanza reveals what he was like as a kid. >> students heading back to school for the first
and pie. fñ and tgi friday's leaving a lot of cheese on the tray. of the six cheese sticks tested only one turned out to be very good. the farm rich breaded sticks were big cheesey and tasty. >> our train tasters thought other side were mediocre, mindless eating. all mozzarella sticks have a fair amount of fat and calories. >> the lowest rated in the test chicken taquito. >> the best of the appetizers were all six tested, tasted very good. costco are top rated with flavorful, fresh tasting spinach. another good choice, these spinach pies surround rounding fresh tasting spinach. >> it's a good thing to buy at the store. and they're lower in fat and calorie autos remember, a light snack can help awe void overindulging on appetizers. when organizers indicatorors suggest planning serving eight appetizers per person for the first hour, then five for the rest of the party. serving dinner too, figure three to four appetizers per person. >> now, we're hungry. >> one of the hot trends of the year, people digging deeper into their mobile digital waltz. someone bought a $48,000 bulldozer topping a li
, serving others is a family tradition. >> our youngest son, giving the trays out. people out there are really hungry and don't have places to live. >> reporter: they reopen tomorrow at 7:00 a.m. for breakfast followed by a holiday dinner, including ham and turkey. in san francisco, david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a very bright christmas display has neighbors upset. this house in fountain valley has 65,000 lights on and around it and they are synced to music. the homeowner has been ticketed for noise. but it attracts hundreds of people. some of the neighbors want the city counsel to limit the number of lights. >> more appropriate for las vegas. we are not opposed to decorations but it is just very bright, very intrusive. >> the homeowner is sorry her neighbor dos not like the -- nares donot like the -- neighbors do not like display. >>> george bush is still in the hospital and under going physical therapy to get him stronger. doctors expect a full recovery and nelson mandela also will remain in the hospital tomorrow. nelson mandela, who is 94 years old was admitted f
that investigators and agents with the fbi are looking into the death of 17-year-old tray von martin. >> we filed an information charging george zimmerman with murder in the second degree. >> a win for john edwards in the campaign corruption trial, the jury finding him not guilty of one charge and deadlocked on the ear five. >>> just after midnight when the dark night quickly moved from fiction to reality. police say 24-year-old james holmes was wearing a gas mask when he burst through an exit door during the premiere of the movie "the dark knight." >>> after a harrowing eight-point journey through space and nailbiter of a landing curiosity is already hard at work, sending babb snapshots. >>> all 114 cows in missouri have been declared disaster areas. 93% of the state is suffering through extreme drought conditions. >>> minutes after being found guilty on 45 of 348 counts against him, former penn state assistant football coach jerry dan cuss can i was taken away in handcuffs. >> essentially the sentence jerry will receive will be a life sentence. >> gerry sandusky left the courthouse from a back
clothes on his food tray and he was given plenty of time to get dressed before standing. >> so one question a lot of people ask is whether there will be a plea deal. that bradley manning would try to plead to something so the time he'd have to serve would be significantly shorter. is there a plea deal being talked about? >> there is. he would plead guilty to some of the lesser charges but not obviously, aiding the enemy, which is the big charge that carries life in prison. that deal presumably would net manning about 16 years in prison. but here's why you are hearing all of this talk back and forth, the arguments over how he was treated. it's because there is some precedent for reducing the time based on how you are treated while incarcerated. there was a case about 12 years ago where an airman mistreated got a 3 for 1 credit for the days he had already served. manning's attorney is presumably talking about a ten for one credit. talking up to seven years knocked off his sentence if he were to get it. >> chris lawrence, thank you very much. next, more problems for susan rice. the u.
them to cut these boards, drill a little hole and you have a great tray to make lollipops. >> so adorable. >> cheers. >> so much more than regular cocktail shrimp. >> that's delicious and easy to make. >> we even have a little box here that you can -- because you're always wondering what do i do with a skewer, pops right in there. >> this is going to be kathie's favorite. >> chicken parmesan lollipops here. >> that's my favorite thing in the world, chicken parmesan. >> you can even buy chicken parmesan from your local super market. >> take a cookie cutter, pop a circle out, put it on the skewer, it's all in the presentation, it's a great look. >> what did you put on the outside? >> cheese, you can't have it. i'll eat it for you. >> delicious? those are so cute. >> darling. >> do you remember when you did my book party? >> i do remember that. >> it was a beautiful job with all little french fries and cokes and grilled cheese sandwiches. >> so fun. >> great fun. >> so here we've got lamb lollipops. everyone loves a little round of lamb. rather than being left with a bone, we've put
in the lighting ceremony. this morning he wanted to avoid a disrespectful. he said it is hol tray tree like to prayer in public schools. >> of course, you can't ask nonchristians to say a christian prayer in public school and so these controversies, you generate them here. >> it is not clear how long the term holiday tree has been in use. but previous rhode island governors did not use the term christmas try either. >> do you agree with the governor's decision to call it a holiday tree. why or why not? tweet us your worries and i will read those responses later in the hour. >> a fascinating new discovery on the planet murkry. ice has been found in the planet's polar region. they were taken by mercury messenger . researchers are feeling that it may have come tofrom two sources. metorites or planetary out gassing. it was part of a year long mission to record and map the surface. amazing photos there. >> his book was credited with transforming millions of lives and pastor rick warren in the new chap chapter and hopes of reaching a young audience. he talks about that and world's aids day today
this book to teaching. --tray of fragrance. >>host: then we have a bomb shell. daughter loves bombshell. hello to barbara for missouri thank you for shopping with us.i understand you got the figures collection. will you keep this for yourself? >>caller: i will keep this all for myself for an several over the years. now i can try all of them it. >>guest: it will invoke it interesting kind of experience and thought. >>caller: it is my one christmas gift to myself. >>host: uld all it >>guest: we should all enjoy this and experience this. >>caller: i have been happy with everything i have tried from you. >>guest: thank you very much. gift to you for the holidays. >>host: i understand you have the fo-ti- tieng gang. i had to blame the bottle for that. --the model for that. deborah d we h one ite for final item for you.now we get to talk about magic againis for after midnight. your defense i think that was the one they brought over pre and. it now this another one. we have a show host that was here for many tina barryshe was just plain sexy. >>host: this was her fragranced. she was a
and financial services as well as sleep trai train. so bring resume to the double tree hotel in san jose from noon until 4 tomorrow and maybe there's an opportunity there to find the kind of job you are looking for. now the feel good story in connecticut. 10-year-old james is developmentally disable. he play was lego to help feel better. now for 2 years james saved every penny he had until he had 100 dollars to buy a lego train set. by the time he saved enough money lego had discontinued making that train. so james wrote a letter to lego which his father posted on you tube asking if the company could help him find one of the sets. logo wrote back apologizing but guess what? several days lateary box arrived at the door from leg o. hidden camera the parents recorded the whole thing. watch. >> i finally have this. [ screaming. about. >> isn't that exciting. sweet kid. finally got. that lego sent him a set along with a letter thanking james for loyalty to the company. the boy convinced lego is the best company in the world. by the way wave link to the complete video on you tube at abc
of slavery. >> host: and this is reading from "no alabama." the negro cook comes in bringing a great tray of food. you have known her all your life and love her very much. >> guest: yes. >> host: here is the book. it's called "darkroom: a memoir in black and white." lila quintero weaver is the author, university of alabama is the publisher. one other thing i wanted to ask you, you write in here that you were surprised to see african-americans when you first arrived in alabama from argentina. >> guest: yes. because argentina was -- well, buenos arris where i was born, it is a culture composed of europeans primarily. there are indigenous people in argentina, and they mostly live -- or at that time lived away from the city, so we didn't really encounter african-americans. and and even to this day there are very few african, people of african desc
, they'll do tray gyrator. try to get an angle of bullet holes. and try to match it up for evidence they find. >> investigators don't believe the marine was targeted because he was wearing a jacket over his uniform and the car was unmarked. witnesses say another car with two marines pulled off the highway to help the victim. >> remarkably calm. that's marines for you, i guess. >> in our neighborhood? this is crazy. >> it just goes to show it can happen any time, anywhere and just count your blessings every day. people that you love. >> reporter: the sheriff's department is asking for the public's help and wants to talk with anyone who was traveling on 85 at around 1:00 this afternoon. reporting live in cupertino. >> about 3.5-miles from where that shooting occurred a preschool was placed on lockdown as police searched for three burglary suspects. good samaritan preschool was put on lockdown. the search began when they tried to stop a car that was speeding nearby. three men jumped out of that car. police contacted the school as a precaution. >> we brought our children in and we asked
. >> some of the things they'll look at, they'll do tray gyrator. try to get an angle of bullet holes. and try to match it up for evidence they find. >> investigators don't believe the marineas targets car was unmarked. witnesses say another car with two marines pulled off the highway to help the victim. >> remarkably calm. that's marines for you, i guess. >> in our neighborhood? this is crazy. >> it just goes to show it can happen any time, anywhere and just count your blessings every day. people that you love. >> reporter: the sheriff's department is asking for the public's help and wants to talk with anyone who was traveling on 85 at around 1:00 this afternoon. reporting live in cupertino. >> about 3.5-miles from where that shooting occurred a preschool was placed on lockdown as police searched for three burglary suspects. good samaritan preschool was put on lockdown. the search began when they tried to stop a car that was speeding nearby. three men jumped out of that car. police contacted the school as a precaution. >> we brought our children in and we asked them to sit on the flo
and rep all of us to trai say o safety. commonsense gun safety. who can be agains if we will include a lot of organizing by then progr but it's a long-time process. and so as a first step, i would suggest retiring gun control and replacing it with every reference and for all of us to train ourselves to say over and over again in a disciplined way, we are talking about common sense gun safety. common sense gun safety. who can be against that? if we start to redefine the terms and build a movement, that will include a lot of local organizing by the same people who reelected barack obama and then this can start to make progress in a legislative way. >> some over the conservative side have played the religious card. here's mike huckabee blaming the shooting on a lack of god in schools. >> we asked why there's violence in schools, but we've systematically removed god from our schools. should we be so surprised that schools have become a place of carnage? we've made it a place where we don't want to talk about eternity, life, what responsibility means, acountability. that we're not just going to
in with jeff newman to see how things. >> no sled, go to the cafeteria. those trays will work. i still have a few from college. we taught this t. would be an uneventful morning. -- we thought it would be an uneventful morning. we do have an accident near the occoquan. antiaccident here as you are looking at it. two left lanes are blocked. so drive with care. -- an accident here as you are looking at it. here is your drive as you head past landmark and up to the pentagon. the top side of the beltway, 207 coming down from gaithersburg, your local and main lanes are at speed with very light volume. we expect that to continue in that fashion all morning long. montgomery county beltway both directions, 95, bw parkway without incident and over to prince george's county, the beltway itself is running at speed. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. e traffic. >>> in the developing fiscal cliff stalemate, president obama is holding a summit at the white house with congressional leaders later on today. >> so far, republicans have rejected any new taxes even those proposed by house speaker joh
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